What's more impressive: STEM major or non-STEM major?

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STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) subjects (only consider the 'hard'/physical sciences for the 'S' part of STEM) have foundational laws that guide every task completed. There are definite right and wrong answers and you can get there by memorizing the foundational concepts. Thus, STEM majors care more about the actual answer than how you got there

Non-STEM subjects such as:
-The Professions that include Economics and other Business Related Fields (including, but not limited to, Data Sciences and Operations, Finance, Marketing, Human Resources, Supply Chain)

-Humanities that include Natural & Social Sciences (including, but not limited to, Psychology, Biology, Sociology, and Neuroscience) and other Humanities (History, Cultures, Philosophy, Law, International Relations, Politics, Writing, Ethics, Languages, Religion, etc.)

-Arts (Cinema, Drama, Painting & Illustration, Animation & Digital Arts, Literature, etc.)

Professions and Humanities do not have foundational laws that guide every task. There are definite answers but they change very often and critical thought must be used to understand them. Thus, it is important to understand both the answer, and how you got your answer. Art is 100% subjective so it's more about how original your answer is (and/or how the intended recipient interprets the message) and not the answer itself/how you got there.

Critical thought is a higher level brain function (developed in young adulthood over the rest of the life) whereas memorization is a very low level brain function (you have it from birth)

Knowing what you now know about the general requirements for success in STEM and non-STEM areas cited above, which do you find more impressive?
STEM majors are most impressive
Vote A
Non-STEM majors as a whole are most impressive
Vote B
Professions majors are most impressive
Vote C
Humanities majors are most impressive
Vote D
Art majors are most impressive
Vote E
It really depends/more info needed
Vote F
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